No problem here- critters aren't allowed on the bed. Mick was wonderful, we could tell him to leave the room, and he'd go lay down in the hall. Caleb stays downstairs, so there's no problem there- yet.
Ha Ha.....this is when the Kennel comes in very handy.
We send ours two to their bed with a chew toy - of course, that doesn't always work and we are joined by a lab (or two)! They are quickly told off and sent back to their bed....
We close the bedroom door. But sometimes one of them will hit the door with a paw. : Since they sleep in bed with us, anytime someone is in bed...so are they.
We learned our lesson......but I won't say anymore. :
Ty is too young to jump up on the bed by himself...so I guess we'll cross that bridge when we get to it!
We don't have a problem with this anymore. Taffy chooses to leave the room on her own! We used to try to shut her out - but she'd paw at the door and bark. We let her in but made her stay off the bed. This involved numerous *ahem* "interruptions" because she kept getting back up. We were on HER bed and were excluding her from something. How dare we!!! Then she would just lay on a corner of the king size bed. Now tho - she just sees what is about to happen and picks herself up, puts her nose in the air and struts out til we are finished. I do believe she is appalled.
We close the door
Sometimes she just goes downstairs and hangs out by herself...sometimes (if she's really needy) she waits outside the door for us.
We just recently started closing the door, actually, due to the "interruptions" ...lol.
Becca & Phoebe
Ah well you see - sad as it may seem , my "critters" are my SU's as well
No perversion - just companionship you understand
Denise - you crack me up!
Our pups aren't allowed on the bed (and my human kids weren't allowed either because I couldn't sleep with their tossing & turning) so it hasn't been much of an issue. Usually they just ignore us.